Spelman College graduate June Dobbs with her family in 1948 in Atlanta.
A student rally at Morehouse College in Atlanta in 1960.
Students watching Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s funeral in 1968 at Morehouse College in Atlanta.
Students lounge on the lawn of Howard University’s campus in 1946 in Washington D.C.
Coeds on campus at Howard University in Washington D.C in 1946.
Law graduating class in formal attire on the steps of Howard University, Washington DC in the early 1900s.
Two students filling prescriptions in School of Pharmacy at Howard University in Washtington D.C in 1946.
Students performing on string instruments in music class at Howard University in Washtington D.C in 1946.
Editorial staff of the Hill Top, the student paper at Howard University in Washington D.C. in 1946.
Students studying in Reading Room of Howard University Library in Washtington D.C. in 1946.
A student at Tuskegee University in Alabama learns to print a newspaper page in the Institute’s printing works in 1955. Booker T Washington, an early principal of Tuskegee developed the university as a place of education for the black population.
A mechanical drawing class at the Tuskegee Institute in 1902.
Junior Class in Farm Management at Tuskegee Institute in Alabama in 1940.
Civil Rights Leaders with Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at Atlanta University (now known as Clark Atlanta University) in 1960.
Civil Rights student leaders from all over the South at Atlanta University (now known as Clark Atlanta University) to meet with Dr. Martin Luther King on desegregation strategy and organizing sit-ins, in 1960.
Football Team at Claflin University in 1899 in South Carolina.
Manual training shop at Claflin University, Orangeburg, S.C. in 1899.
Junior preparatory class of Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee in 1899.
Fraternities celebrate with music and dancing during pledge competitions at Fisk University, Nashville, TN in 1969.
Fraternity pledges for Omega Psi Phi practice their stepping routine in the Fisk University gymnasium in Nashville, Tennessee, 1969.
Fraternity pledges for Omega Psi Phi practice their stepping routine in the Fisk University gymnasiun in Nashville, Tennessee in 1969.
Pledges from the Zeta Phi Beta sorority gather together at the gymnasium to perform during one of their pledge rituals at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee in 1969.
Students in a laboratory at Hampton Institute (now Hampton University), Hampton, Virginia, USA, circa 1945. Like many other historically black universities, the institution was established shortly after the US Civil War.
Native and African American women studying the human respiratory system at Hampton Institute, Hampton, Va. in 1900.
A group portrait showing the members of the track and field team at Hampton Institute (now Hampton University) in Hampton, VA in 1930.